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County %?cf Cheeks Over (owe Average About nine per cent of the 7,360 families receiving aid to dependent children grants have actual needs of $250 monthly or more, but less than 3H per cent of them receive grants oC $250 or better. Mrs. Irene M. Smith, vice chairman of {he state board of social welfare says that 53.2 per cent of the ADC families with monthly needs of $250 and over have income from earnings, 13.2 per cent receive Social Security benefits, 11,5 per cent receive child support payments, and 22.1 per cent have income from other sources. All such income is considered in determining the ' amount of ADC payments. Average 6 Children These families with needs of $250 per month or over average about six children each. In approximately two-thirds of the families, two adults; usually the mother and the incapacitated father, ate included in the group eligible for ADC. Mrs. Smith said, "We find that in this group under study, 60 fam Uies out of every hundred have some income to meet part of their needs, and that income .assrage about $88.38 per month. In com parison, out of the total ADC caseload, 43 families out of every 100 have income averaging aboul $63.99 monthly." Aid to dependent children pay ments in July were granted to 7.360 families, including 26,581 in dividuals, at a total of $842,376 This averaged $114.45 per family or $31.69 per person. Carroll County Figures In Carroll County the total cosl was $6,748.50 and averaged $129.7? for each of .the 52 cases, anc $34.61 for each of the individuals included. In July the state granted old age assistance to 38,503 individuals totaling $2,584,037 at an average of $67.11 each. In Carroll County there were 296 recipients receiving an average grant of $75.24 each, or a total of $22,271.so: Aid to blind for July in the state totaled $123,636 and was paid to j.485 persons at an average of $83.26 each. In Carroll County the total was $677, paid to eight individuals at an average of $84.62 each. Awards(Continued from Page 1) Joe Gronstal, vice-president of the Carroll County State Bank. Arnold Brockmann received the award on behalf of Brockmann Brothers, Westside, for best conservation practices on an owner - operated farm; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wittry 6f Maple River, owners, and Mr. jind ^Mrs. Lawrence Wittry of Arcadia, tenants, for best practices on an owner-tenant farm; and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Staiert, Carroll, for. the best farm conservation plafc completed since 1955. Charles Thomas of Coon Rapids was guest, speaker at the dinner which was attended by 121 county farmers, wives, and other guests. Mr. Thomas showed pictures 01 his recent trip to Africa. Robert S Bruner was master of ceremonies Mrs. J. E. Gatens played for the queen parade and group singing. Batista Clamps Military Rule on Cuba HAVANA OB—President Fulgencio Batista's army held Cuba under strict military rule today after an anti-Batista demonstration in tjie pro-rebel city of Santiago de Cuba. Comments on the demonstra tion and the situation in Cuba by "EarlE. T. Smith, the new U.S. ambassador, brought a fusillade of criticism from political leaders loyal to the President. Batista's Cabinet suspended constitutional guarantees for 45 days and immediately directed the army to take control of Santiago, capital of Oriente province and a hotbed of anti-Batista senti ment. DISLOCATES SHOULDER Ronald Irlbeck, 19, son of Mrs, Alvera Irlbeck,of Route 1, Carroll, dislocated his shoulder while swimming in the American Legion Swimming Pool Thursday afternoon and was taken to St. Anthony Hospital. The same shoulder was dislocated while Ronald was serving in the U.S. Navy. He way discharged from the navy recently. SAFER—FASTER ... Air view of one of Iowa's newest four-lane highways, U. S, 75 north of Sioux City. Centered in this photo are the twin railroad separation overheads al Leeds. The mulU-mllHon-dollar project just completed provides a safer and faster four-lane facility be- (lowa State Highway Commission Photo), tween Twelfth Street in Sioux City and the Junction of Iowa 33 north of LeMars, a distance of 27 miles. Grading on the project was done by Jensen, and Krage; paving, Booth and Olson, Inc.; and overheads by Christensen Brothers, all Sioux City firms. Deaths and Funerals MRS. ANNA DAMUTH Mrs. Anna Damuth, a former resident of Can oil, died Friday morning at a hospital in North Hollywood, Calif. The body is being brought to the Hufman Funeral Home in Carroll where funeral services will be held at a later date'. TO SUJ HOSPITALS Mrs. John Golwitzer of Bode, formerly of Carroll, was talcen by car Thursday night from- St;, Joseph, Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, to the State University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City for observation and X-rays. She h^d been a patient at Fort Dodge since July 22. Her sons, Clarence and John Jr., of- Algona took her to lOwa City, where her yqunge^t daughter/ Al- ,vin», Is staying with Her. Ketchikan, Alaska, lies 500 mileg closer to the Orient than any other- part of the continental United States, MONUMINTS «n4 M»rk»r* to C»n flf Whtt Vow'r* McPhonon- Compbell Co, WILLIAM A, REICHENBACH William August Reichenbach, 70, Carroll, Route 3, died at 3:25 p. m. Thursday, August 1, at the Carroll Nursing Home. He had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage Nov. 30, 1956. Funeral services will be at 2 p. m. Monday at the Huffman Funeral Home, with the Rev. Walter Schiel, minister of the Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be in the Arcadia cemetery. Mr, Reichenbach, born August 28, 1886, at St, Louis, Mo., had lived in Carroll County since 1889. He attended the rural school in his district. For 68 years he had resided on a farm near Halbur where he made his home with his sister, Dollie Reichenbach. Besides his sister, he is survived jy a sister-in-law, Bertha Reichenbach, St. Louis, Mo., a niece, Mrs. Alfred (Dorothy) Meyers, Carroll, other nieces and nephews. "Mr. Reichenbach; a veteran of World War 1, served with Company 46, 163rd Depot Brigade, at Camp Dodge, Iowa. His parents were Louis and Emilie Reichenbach. CARL E. MOORE Many relatives and friends attended funeral services at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Sharp Funeral home for Carl E. Moore, 67, who died Monday afternoon at his home, 627 North East Street, after being seriously ill since last November. The Rev. Ivan Bys, minister of the Methodist Church, officiated. Mrs. Ronald Ream, pianist, played a prelude and accompanied Mrs. Harold Heidel, who sang "In the Garden" and "Rock of Ages/' Buriaj was in the Carroll City ce/netery. Pallbearers were Alex Mortensoh of Early, John and Ray Peters, Lidderdale; E. J. Daugherty, Melvin Simon and Tom Gaffney. Members of the immediate family from away at the rites were Mr. and Mrs. H.vR. James, Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Ross, son, Stephen, and daughter, Jennifer, Des Moines, Other out-of-town relatives were: Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Peters, Racine, Wis.; Robert Peters, Roland Peters, Mrs. Agnes Peters, Mr. and Mrs. C. Boerboom and Mr. and Mrs. W. Boerboom, Marshall, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Conrad, Rockwell City; Mr. and Mrs. George Wentzel and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jones, Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stapleton, Omaha; Mr, and M,rs, Harold L. Launspach and daughters, Linda and Marlys, Nem,aha; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peters and .Mrs. Leona Killeen and daughters, Carof and June; Breda; and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Liaunspach, tanesborip. Out-of-town friends included Mrs. 0. y, Chapman, Florence and Albert' Chapman, Omaha; and MJ-, .anij Mrs, Alex Mortenson, JSarly, * There were. other relatives and; friends from L^nesboro, Udder- dale, Glidden and the surrounding Area. " .'..";.' .:v,:., '.; '.*'/•;• Mr, Moore is survived by. his wife, the former Agnes Theresa Peters; two daughters, Mrs. H. R, (Elma) James, Oklahoma: City, Okla,, and Mrs. D. ' M. (Ethel) Ross, Des' Moines; two grandchildren and one brother, John R. Moore of Minburn....::'. Mr. and Mrs, Moore have lived in Carrol} since retiring from farming in 1927. »0NALJ> mi»*» LAKE CITY - Dqnajd Eugene Forth, 19. son of Mr. arid Mrs. Forth oi Sac City, fqj-mer- Of Yfttwv.died at; §;3Q ,p, m. Thursday at the Woodward Stale Hospital after a long illness. Funeral services will be at 2 p. m, Monday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel in Lake City. The Rev. C. 0. Stuckenbr.uck will officiate. Burial will be in the Lake City cemetery. Donald Eugene was born Oct. 15. 1941, at Yetter. . Surviving with his parents, August and Vivian Nichols Forth, are five sisters: Mrs. Wayne Prior, Sanford, Fla.; Mrs. Robert Hunter, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Don Richards, Sac City; Mrs. Dean Moeller, Sac City; Victoria Louise, at home, and one brother, Danny Ray, at home. Three brothers, Richard, Robert and James, preceded him in death. Foir- (Continued from Page 1) MRS. HARRIET J. TOWER Funeral services will be at 7:30 p. m. Friday at the Huffman Funeral Home here for Mrs. Harriet Isabelle Tower, 85, who died Thursday morning at St. Anthony Hospital, where she had spent the last two years. She had been ill for 10 years. Her death was caused by pneumonia. v The Rev. C. P. Hughes, minister of the Glidden Methodist Church, will officiate at the rites. Burial will be Saturday in the-family lot in Restland Cemetery, Mendota, 111. Mrs. Tower, widow of Louis J. Tower, is survived by three daughters: Mrs. Frank (Grace) Flower, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. -Harry (Gladys) Thomas, Storm Lake, and Mrs. B. B. (Mabel) Montgomery, Glidden; five grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren and three sisters, Mrs. E. A. Wetter, Los Angeles; Mrs. Clarence McNabb, Ames, and Miss Freddie A. Harbough. Besides her husband and parents, Collins A. and Mary Hamilton Harris Harbough, she was preceded in death by two daughters, Dorothy and Clara, and one son, John. Mrs. Tower was born Nov. 8, 1871, at Mendota, 111., where she was graduated from high school. She married Mr. Tower Oct. 11, 1892, at Mendota. Mrs. Tower came to Ralston in March, 1901, moved to Cedar Rapids in 1911, and to Los Angeles in 1920. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church at Cedar Rapids. 10 tlm*« H»r*W, FMd»y, Aug. 2, 19S6 Hospital Auxiliary Makes Arrangements to Entertain Students Plans to entertain new students who enroll for the fall term in the St. Anthony School of Nursing j were made by the executive board of the St. Anthony Hospital. Auxiliary at a board meeting in the hospital staff room, Thursday morning.- Tours for members of the freshman class will be arranged »within a few days atyer tjieir arrival, August 14, by a committee of auxiliary members under the,*, chairmanship of Mrs. William C. Frank. Final plans were made for open house in the auxiliary-v operated Coffee Shop a.nd Gift Shop at St. Anthony Hospital' from ? to 4 p.m. S u n d a,y to show improvements made during .recent remodeling and enlarging operations, Mrs; 0. Quinn, chairman of the CQmmittee, will be Jin The ' first general meeting of auxiliary members for the new season will take place at 8 p.m.;. September 5, in the nurses' audi-. torjum at' St'.' Anthony Hospital. Mrs. John Gn^m. program chairman, will be in charge of arrange- mentjs. $25; 10 Cham. Litter, Joe Snyder, Breda, Garst Co., Coon Rapids $22,75; 7 Res. Cham. Litter, Joe Anthqfer, Dedham, George Mein ers, Dedham, $23.25: 7 Blue Ltr. Ray Lenz, ^Carroll, Carroll, County State Bank, $22.75; 9 Blue Ltr. Harold Meiners, . Coon Rapids Kingan Packing Co., $22.75; 9 Blue Ltr., Richard Tigges, Bed ham, Pepsi-Cola, Co., $23; 7 Blue Ltr., Clarence Tunning, Coon Ra pids, Kingan, $23.25; 9 Blue Ltr. LaVerne Meiners, Coon Rapids, Kingan, $22.75; 7 Blue Ltr., Robert Tunning, Coon Rapids, Kingan, $23.25; 9 Blue Ltr., Ronald Meiners, Coon Rapids, Kingan, $23; 4 Blue Pen, Ronald and Marvin Bellinghausen, Arcadia, Kingan, $22.75; 3 Blue Pen, Maurice Lenz, Carroll, Kingan, $23.25; 4 Blue Pen,.Billy and Robert Over- mohle, Carroll, Kingan, $23.25; Blue Pen, Allen Rowedder, Manilla, Kingan, $23; 4 Blue Pen, Gary Kopaska, Guthrie Center, Iowa Savings Bank, Coon Rapids, $23.50: 6 Blue Pen, Jerry Lucht, Coon Rapids, Iowa Savings Bank, Coon Rapids, $23.25; 1 Red Ind., Lyle Fleshner, Glidden, Guy Gregory, Glidden, $25; 7 Red Ltr., Robert Meiners, Coon Rapids, Carroll County State Bank, $23,50; 3 Red Pen, Darrell Eich, Carroll, Kingan, $23; 3 Red Pen, Gerald.Star- man, Carroll, Kihgan, $23.25;. 3 Red Pen, Douglas Honold, Coon Rapids, Olesen & Son, 'Coon Rapids, $24.50; 1 Angus, Co. Res. Champion, Maxine Feld, Carroll, Grettenberg Grain, Goon Rapids, $50; 2 Shorthorn, Breed Champion, Glen Ahrendsen, Manning, Pepsi-Cola, $29; 3 Shorthorn, Res. Breed Champ., Robert Wiskus, fiedham, Frohlich Super Valu, Coon Rapids, $29; 4 Hereford, Res. Breed Champ., Gerald Beck, Manning, Manning Creamery Co., $30; 5 Hereford, Blue, Steve Fielder, Glidden, Farmers Coop, Ralston, $30; 6 Shorthorn, Blue, Ronald Warftke, Carroll, Commercial Savings Bank, $29; 7 Angus, Blue, Dennis Fay, Scranton, Pepsi-Cola, •$30; 8 Hereford, Blue, -Dick Hinners, Manning, Juergens Produce, Carroll, $30; 9 Angus, Blue, Larry Klocke, Coon Rapids, Grettenberg Imp. Co., Coon Rapids, $30.50; 10 Hereford, Blue, Larry Rowedder, Manilla, Farmers Coop. Ralston, $31,50; 11 Shorthorn, Blue, Marlon Feld, Carroll, Brinkman Elevator, Carroll, $32.50; 12 Angus, Blue, Roger Remsburg, Glidden, Glidden Boosters, $32; 13 Hereford, Blue, Leland Hunt, Glidden, Iowa Savings Bank, Coon FIRS* , Julia Clifford Lathrop was the first woman to be placed in charge of a bureau ol the* U. S. federal government. President ' Tafl, in. 191& her tbe first' chief oif the Children's Bureju, of the tyf. P$par.tmen,t o Name Chairmen For Women's Bureau Eleanor Stangl, chief operator of the Carroll office of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, and Mrs. Robert Hatch of Bob's Grill have been announced as cochairmen of the Women's Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce following their acceptance of office, Friday. Miss Stangl and Mrs, Hatch were elected at a meeting of the bureau in the Chamber of Commerce room Wednesday, night. Other officers named were Mrs. Miles Hedges of Club 30, who j will continue as vice chairman, and Mary .Maynard- of Kelly's Je/Welry,' secretary. Madeline White of. The Loft presided as temporary Chairman. ' ; In a discussion of future ; projects, it was decided that the bureau wpuld assume respojisibil ity for collecting Christmas gift? of' food and toys for uridorprivi leged families^ This project^ formerly known as the Christm Goodfellows, was discontinued last year. Cooperation of Boy .'Scouts and Girl Scouts will he sought in repairing toys. tarry Jung, Chamber of Corn* merce president, spoke on general " ; plans- Charles "Jjj», Knob laugh, manager j and Mrs. Edna Collins reported qn the Mj$g Iowa ^nf at Cl§ar Lake lajjt .week.- In which Carroll County was •represented by Rita Morrmyy, Rapids, $30; 14 Hereford, Blue, James Sporrer, Dedham, Ded- harrt Coop, $29; 15 Angus, Blue, Hatty Reever, Glidden, Garst & Thomas, $30.50; 16 Hertford, Blue, Lylc Boes, Breda, Pepsi-Cola; $29; 17 Angus, Blue, Wayne Klocke, Coon Rapids, Iowa Savings Bank, Coon Rapids, $3«50; 18 Hereford, Blue, Larry Feld, Carroll, Joe Meinhatt, Carroll, $33.50; 19 Shorthorn, Blue, Arnold Wiskus, Dedham, Kingan, $30; 20 Angus, Blue, John Rains, Glidden, Kingan, $29; 21 Hereford, Blue, Larry Hansen, Manning, Wilson Packing Co., $29; 22 Angus, Blue, Stanley Beck, Manning, John Morrell Packing Co., $30; 23 Angus, Blue, David Rowedder, Carroll, Hormel & Co., $29.50; 24 Shorthorn, Blue, Leland Hunt, Glidden, Iowa Savings Bank, $28; 25 Angus, Blue, Jim Klocke, Coon Rapids, Iowa Savings Bank, $29; 26 Hereford, Blue, Denis Wendl, Dedham, Carroll Chamber of Commerce, $30.50; 27 Shorthorn, Blue, John Broich Jr., Carroll, Kingan, $29.50; 28 Angus, Blue, Mary Ann Wiskus, Dedham, Kingan, $29.50; 29 Hereford, Blue, Allen Rowedder, Manilla, Wilson Packing Co., $28.50; 30 Angus, Blue, Roger Adamson, Glidden, Ralston Coop, $32; 31 Hereford, Blue, Richard Bowers, Manning, Kingan, $29; 32 Angus, Blue, Vernon Sonksen, Manning, First National Bank, Manning, $30; 33 Here ford, Blue, Norma Wiskus, Coon Rapids, Iowa Savings Bank, $30; 34 Shorthorn, Blue, JoAnn Wiskus, Dedham, Hormel & Co., $28.50; 35 Angus, Blue, Janis Wiskus, D e d ham, Garst & Thomas, $28; 36 Hereford, Blue, Ronald Warnke, Carroll, Kingan, $30; 37 Angus, Blue, Freddie Gruhn, Manning, Ohde Funeral Home, Manning, $29; 38 Hereford, Blue, Gerald Beck, Manning, Morrell, $29; 39 Angus, Blue, Steven Fielder, . Glidden, Ralston Coop, $29; 40 Hereford, Blue, Luella Ahrendsen, Manning, Manning Chamber of Commerce, $28.25; 41 Hereford, Blue, Carol Beck, Manning, Manning Cham ber of Commerce, $28.50; 42 Shorthorn, Blue, Roger Kanne, Carroll, Carroll County State Bank, $30.50; 43 Hereford, Blue, Dean Feld, Carroll, J. C. Penney Co., $29.50; 4* Angus, Blue, Vernon Sonksen, Manning, Wilson Packing Cd., $29.50; 45 Hereford, Blue, Wayne Sporrer, Dedham, Dedham Livestock, $27.50; 46 Angus/Blue, Lowell Burdine, Glidden, Ralston Coop, $29.25; 47 Hereford, Blue, Duane Karsten, Manning, Weise & Son, Manning, $28.50; 48, Hereford, Blue, David Tigges, Dedham, Dedham -Coop, $28.50;- 49—Angus, Blue, Jerome Schreck, Dedham, George Meiners, Dedham, $28.50; 50 Hereford, Blue, Bob Rains, I Glidden, Pepsi-Cola, $28.75; 51 Hereford, Blue, Bobbie Hartwigsen, Glidden, Ralston Coop, $29; J 52 Angus, Blue, Freddie Gruhn, Manning, Ralston Coop,- $29.75; 53 Hereford, Blue, Linus Venteicher, Carroll, Carl Hess, Carroll, $28; 54 Hereford, Blue, Kenneth Venteicher, Manning, Puck Imp. Company, .$26; 55 Angus, Blue, Roger Barten, Manning, Kingan, $28.50"; 56 Angus, Blue, Linda Stangl, Coon Rapids,. Goettenberg Grain, $29.50; 57 Hereford, JBlue, Dale Rowedder, Carroll, Farmers Coop, Halbur, $28.50; 58 Angus, Blue, Kent ,Weible, Manning, Fox Bilt Feeds, $30; 59 Hereford, Blue, Joe Slater, Templeton, Wilson, $28.50; 60 Hereford, Blue, LaVerne Sporrer, Dedham, Wilson, $25.75; 61 Angus, Blue, Michelle Fielder, Glidden, Ralston Coop, $30; 62 Hereford, Blue, Dick Hinners, Manning, .Morrell, $29.50; 63* Angus, Blue, Lowell Burdine, Glidden, Ralston Coop, $31.50; ^64 Hereford, Blue, Michelle Fielder, Glidden, Ralston Coop, $31; 65 Angus, Blue, Joyce Sonksen, Manning, Manning Mill, $29.50; 66 Hereford, Blue, Dennis Wendl, Dedham, Juergens P r o- duce, $29.50; 67 Angus, Blue, Joyce Sonksen, Manning, Coon Rapids Hatchery, $29.50; 68 Hereford, Blue, Paul Sporrer, Dedham, Kingan, $28.50; 69 Hereford, Blue, Jim Hansen, Manning, Manning Chamber of Commerce, $28.75; 70 Hereford, Blue, Robert Sporrer, Dedham, Rice Insurance Agency, Dedham, $26; 71 Hereford, Blue, Kenneth Venteicher, Manning, Wilson, $25.75; 72 Angus, Blue, Vernon Sonksen, Manning, Kingan, $29,25; 73 Hereford, Blue, Norma Wiskus, Coon Rapids, Iowa Savings Bank, $27.25; 74 Angus, Blue, Richard Bowers, Manning, Hormel, $29.75j 75 Hereford, Blue, Larry Hansen, Manning, Ramsey Transfer, Manning, $29; 76 Hereford, Blue, Joyce Sonksen, Manning, Kingan, $26.25; 77 Hereford, Blue, Jack Hinners, Manning, Home Mutual Insurance Association, $28.50; 78 Hereford, Blue, Bobbie Bar twig- sen, Glidden, Ralston Coop, $27-50; 79 Hereford, Blue, Gary Venteicher, Arcadia,' Albert Neppje, Halbur, $29.50; 172 Angus, Blue, Lowell Burdine, Glidden, Juergens Produce, $28.50; 80 Angus, JRed, Elaine Irlbeck, Manning, Rippey Miller, Coon Rapids, $29.50; 81 Angus, Red, Larry Lut* witze, Coon Rapids, Iowa Savings Bank, $28; 82 Hereford, Bed, Ron- aid Mikkelsen, Dedham, Bed- ham Livestock, $27,25; 83 Hereford, Red; Bob R a ins, Olid- den, Farmers Coop, Glidden, $88; 84 Shorthorn, Red, Kathleen Wiskus, Dedham, Kingan, $28; 85 Shorthorn, Red, Mary Fangpan 4 Templeton, Kingan, $2|8.§Q; 86 Hereford, Red, Steve Streeter, lake city, Pepsi-C0Ja, f?§,7l; 87 Hereford, Red, Bonijd Wendl, Dedjiam. 'Jo« Qropal, $?8.75; 88 Hereford, Red, E^ege BqeJJ, Carroll, M. B. T «n Qreti; Carroll, $2MS; n Angus, -JUsjli DiJe Jlo- Shorthorn, Bed! Ronald Schelle, , Peps! Cola, $S?; R«d, Roger Baumhover, John Gronstal, Carroll, $2$: 93 Angus, Red, Gordell Lamp, Manning, Hotmel, $27.75; 94 Hereford, Red, Jim Hansen, Manning, Kingan, $28; 95 Hereford, Red, Suzanne Gross, Carroll, Commercial Savings Bank, $28,25; 96 Hereford, Red, Dennis Heithoff, Carroll, Wilson, $28.25; 97 Angus, Red, Jim Venteicher, Manning, Manning Rotary Club, $25.75; 98 Shorthorn, Red, Clifford Stammer, Manning, Manning Chamber of Commerce, $27.50; 99 Shorthorn, Red, William Muhr, Coon Rapids, Iowa Savings Bank, $27; 100 Hereford, Red, John Eich, Carroll, Iowa Savings Bank, $25.50; 101 Hereford, Red, Duane Karsten, Manning, Wilson, $25.75; 102 Angus, Red, Jim Venteicher, Manning, Manning Telephone Co., $26: 103 Angus, Red, Janet Kanne, Carroll, Wilson, $29; 104 Angus, Red, Kenneth Venteicher, Manning, Kingan, $25,50; 105 Shorthorn, Red, Bert Klocke, Dedham, Juergens Produce, $27.75; 106 Shorthorn, Red, Donna Stoolman, (Midden, Carroll County State Bank, $26.50; 107 Hereford, Red, Clair Wenck, Glidden, Per- eel, $26.75; 108 Angus, Red, Ronald Fricke, Carroll, Juergens Produce, $28.50; 109 Hereford,. Red, Roger Hansen, Manning 1 , Manning Trust & Savings Bank, $28.50; 110 Hereford, Red, Gerald Heithoff, Carroll, Juergens Produce, $28; 111 Hereford, Red, Lloyd Robinson, Carroll, Kingan, $27.25; 112 Angus, Red, Wally Wagner, Coon Rapids, Coon Rapids Chamber of Commerce, $27.25; 113 Shorthorn, Red, Wayne Siepker, Templeton, Hormel, $26; 114 Hereford, Red, Gerald Starman, Carroll, Carroll Chamber of Commerce, $27; 115 Hereford, Red, Gary Venteicher, Arcadia, Leo Schweers, Arcadia; $26.75; 116 Shorthorn, Red, Lyle Fangman, Templeton, Kingan, $28.50; 117 Hereford, Red, Bobbie Venteicher, Manning, Garst & Thomas, $26; 118 Hereford, Red, James Kracht, Coon Rapids, Grettenberg Grain, $26.50; 119 Angus, Red, Jack Hinners, Manning, Albert Neppl, Halbur, $27.50; 120 Angus, Red, Billy Kanne, Carroll, Wilson, $26.50; 121 Angus, Red, Larry Lutwitze, Coon Rapids, Iowa Savings Bank, $26.75; 122 Shorthorn, Red, Clifford Stammer, Manning, Hormel, $26.75; 123 Angus, Red, Paul Fricke,, Carroll, Coast-to-Coast, $27; 124 Angus, Red, Janet Kanne, Carroll, Pepsi- Cola, $27.25; 125 Hereford, Red, Donald Mikkleseh, Dedham, Carpenter & Brannan, Coon Rapids, $27.75; 126 Angus, Red, Allan Schettler, Breda, Kingan, $26.50; 127 Angus, Red, John Rains, Glidden, - 4-County Fahv-$27.25; 128 Shorthorn, Red, John Broich Jr., Carroll, Dedham Coop, $27; 129 Angus, Red, Linda Stangl. Coon Rapids, Pepsi-Cola, $29.25; 130 Angus, Red, Elaine Irlbeck, Manning, Kingan, $27.25; 131 Angus, Red, Ronald Fricke, Carroll, Wilson, $26.50; 132 Hereford, Red, David Rowedder, Carroll, Wilson, $26.50; 133 Angus, Red, Billy Kanne, Carroll, Wilson, $26.25; 134 Angus, Red, Marvin Mjskimins, Coon Rapids, Kiester Lumber Company, Coon Rapids, $27.25; 135 Hereford, Red, Jerome Sporrer, Dedham, Coon Rapids Chamber of Commerce, $27.50; 136 Hereford, Red,-Kenneth Zubrod, Templeton, Rupiper Feed, Templeton, $25.50; 137 Angus, Red, Paul Fricke, Carroll, Carroll County State Bank, $26.75; 138 Hereford, Red, Larry- Rowedder, Manilla', Kingan, $27; 139 Hereford, Red, Wayne Gross, Carroll, Wilson, $27; 140 Hereford, Red, David Heithoff, Carroll, Morrell, $27.25; 141 Hereford, Red, Linus Venteicher, Carroll, Wilson, $25.25;. 142 Hereford, Red, Roger Eischeid, Manning, Wilson, $27; 143 Hereford, Red, Roger Hansen, Manning, Barrett Furniture, Manning, $27; 144 Angus, Red, Harry Reever, Glidden, Gregory Livestock, Glidden, $26; 145 Hereford, Red, Dean Ludwig, Lake City, Kingan, $25.75; 146 Hereford, Red, Ronnie Hoyt, Bagley, Kingah, $27; 147' Hereford, Red, Roger Eischeid, Manning, Manning Chamber of Commerce, $27; 148 Angus, Red, Dennis Schreck, Dedham, Dedham Legion, $27; 149 Angus, Red, Bobbie Venteicher, Manning, Thrifty. Foods, $26.25; 150 Angus, Red, Dale Weeks, Coon Rapids, Iowa Sav ings Bank, $26.25; 151 Hereford, Red, Qavid Tigges, Dedham, Dedham Coop, $26.25; 152 Hereford, Red, Tom Slater, Templeton, Pep si-Cola, $27; 153 Hereford, Red, Myron Boell, Carroll, Carroll County State Bank, $26; 154 Here ford, Red, Ray Klocke, Temple ton, Wilson, $24.50; 155 Angus, Red, Ronald Burdine, Glidden, B- Lines Transfer, Carroll, $27.50; 156 Angus, Red, Ronnie Hoyt, Bagley, Wilson, $26; 157 Hereford, White, Roger Betts, Coon Rapids, M. L. Grettenperg, Coon Rapids, $25.50; 158 Hereford, White, Don aid Robinson, Carroll, Wilson, $24.50; 159 Shorthorn, White, Nor. ene Stoolman, Glidden, Kingan, $24; 160 Shorthorn, White, Dean Grimm, Manning, Priebe & Son, Manning, $26; 161 Hereford, White, Robert Tunning, Coon Rapids, Fox Bilt Feeds, $30; 162 An> gus, White, Wally: Wagner, Qoon Rapids, South Side .'Cafe, Coon Ra« pids, $25; 163 Hereford, White, Linus Venteicher, Carroll, Kingap, $25,25; 164 Hereford, White, Orville Hich, Carroll, Wilson, $24.75; J§6 Angus, White, Roman man, C^rrblli Wilson, $25; 186' gus, White, Marvin Sporrer, ham, Juergens Produce, $23.25; }67 Hereford, White, Ronald Brow, er, Coop Rapids, lowe Savings Bank,,$26; 168 Angus, Whits, k«e Perry, Bagley, Oarst & Thomas, $26.25; 169 Angus, Wh}te, Jim Petthoff, parroll, Matt Bower; J26.SO; J7Q Angus, White, {.orin Baumhover, Carroll, Kingan, $27. The Daily Record New Kenneth L. Graves, Manning, Ford; Alfred J. Wittrock, Carroll, Chevrolet; Henry Boldt, Carroll, Ford; Dailey Motor Co., Coon Rapids, Chrysler; Christina A. Laugel, Breda, Chrysler; Jay F. Shelp, Carroll, Plymouth; John F. irlmeier, Dedham, ford; Fay D. Clark, Coon Rapids, Ford; Modern Auto Leasing Corporation, Carroll, Ford; Rodney L. Williams, Glidden, Ford; Billy H. Stangl, Coon Rapids, Ford; Marvin J. Tomsen, Carroll, Ford; William R. Macke, Carroll, Chevrolet; Philip M. Kennebeck, Dedham, Pontiac; Clifford C. Romey, Templeton, Chevrolet; Ralph H. Hoover, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Ronald J. Halbur, Cooil Rapids, Ford; Raymond B. Beckman, Carroll, Chevrolet; Ervm Gekkin, Arcadia, Chrysler; and Joe Drake, Coon Rapids, Ford. Marriage Licenses Larry L. Beckman, Westside and Beverly 1. Genzen, Manilla; Roman L. Wittrock, Halbur and Vetena B. Eischeid, Halbur; Warren B. Sniff, Eagle, Lake, Minn., and La Rae Farrell, Carroll; Quentin H. Tester, Des.Moines and Shirley N. Tester, Des Moines; Donald D. Nehman, Lytton and Joan Stangl, Carroll. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— . Mrs. Boyd B. Braden, Glidden. Ronald W. Irlbeck, Rt. 1, Carroll. Joan R. Jennings, Dedham. Dismissals- Mrs. Oscar Carlson. Wall Lake. Richard G, Fitzpatrick, Churdan. Joseph P. Lawler, Westside. Erin K. Dolen, Carroll. Mrs. Richard L. Woolsey and baby, Carroll. Births- Mr, and Mrs. Duane Bueltel, Templeton, a daughter, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert J. Klocke, Coon Rapids, a daughter, Thursday. Carroll Markets Oats .5ft Chicago Livettoek CHICAGd f*V-fhe hog market declined Friday with butchers generally steady td 28 cent* down and sows off ,25 to So cents mainly with instances of mote than 50 cents. No. 2 and .1 butchers scaling 200 to 280 pounds sold from $22.50 to $23.00. The cattle market, with receipts of 500, was fully steady on slaughter steers and heifers. Average choice steers .brought $27.00, th« top. (USDAi — Salable hogs 4,500; moderately active, generally steady to 25 lower on butchers; sows slow and uneven; weak to mostly 25 lower on weights under 375 Ib; heavier weights 25 to 50 lower; No. 2-3 200-280 Ib butchers 22.50-23.00; larger lots mixed grade 330-400 Ib sows 19.00-21.00. Salable cattle 500; calves 100; few sales slaughter steers and heifers fully steady; bulk of thq steers supply bought to arrival; cows slow, steady to weak; other classes about steady; 2 loads average, choice^ to high choice 1188 Ib steers bought to arrive 27.00; 3 loads good and "choice 1200.Ib 24.75; few good light heifers 20.5022.50; utility and commercial cows 13.00-16.00; few utility and commercial bulls 1500-17.50; most vealers 16.t)0-24.00; part load low good 800 Ib feeding steers 21.75. Chicago Grain These* Markets the Humnhrey ^W9 High WHKAT Sept. 2.17 are Furnished by Grain Compiiny Prev. Low Close Close GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 ....... Corn, No. 2 yellow ...$2.20 .. 1.25 Dec. March May CORN Sept. Dec. 222 !i 223 M, 217 >i 131 127% March 131 % May 134 h OATS Sept. 66' Dec. March May 69 H 71V 21514 220-V 221 \ 31514 12914 125 % 129-%t 132% 65% 68% 216% 217 223 223 '.4 217 217 >« 130% 130% 127 127 M. 130% 133% 65 »i 68% 68% 70% ' 70% 70% 215 H 220% 220 \ 2214 221% 215% 129 '.» 129 v; 125?., 125 % 129% 129 \ 132 ',4 "68 Mi 68 -\ 70% 70% Results of judging !n the Flower Show and Farm, Grains and Produce department of the Four County Fair at Coon Rapids have been announced as follows: Farm Grains and 'Produce, (Delbert Fdrd, Superintendent) Corn Open Class— Grand champion ribbon, Ed Ahrendsen, Audubon. Ten ears— vellow Ed—Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck of Manning 2nd, Clarence Bowman 3rd; 10 ears white Gerald Beck 1st, Ed Ahrendsen 2nd; 10 ears any variety Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Ronnie Betts of • Glidden 2nd; single ear yellow Gerald Beck 1st, Ed Ahrendsen 2nd. Ten ears sweet corn Mrs. Wlllard Simpson 1st. ' Ten ears- Japanese hulless . popcorn Douglas Honold 1st,' Tom Elliott 2nd. Ten ears other variety popcorn Douglas Honold 1st,. Gerald Beck 2nd, Ed Ahrendsen 3rd. Twenty ears yellow dent corn Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck 2nd. Longest ear—Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck 2nd, Ronnie Betts 3rd. Largest ear—'Ed Ahrendsen .1st, Gerald Beck 2nd. Freak ear—Ronnie Betts 1st, Ed Ahrendsen 2nd. Three stalks corn—Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck- 2nd. .. . • Peck shelled corn—Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck 2nd, Lloyd Betts 3rd. Threshed' Grains and Grasses Winter wheat—Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck 2nd. Barley—Gerald Beck 1st, Ed Ahrendsen 2nd. Rye-^Mrs. Willard Simpson, 1st. . white oats — Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck 2nd. Yellow oats—Gerald Beck 1st, Ed Ahrendsen 2nd. Red clover — Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck 2nd.' Timothy seed—Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck 2nd. Soybeans — Walter.. Anderson 1st, Douglas Honold 2nd. Sheaf Grains and Grasses— White oats—Delbert Ford, 1st. Brome grass—Delbert Ford, 1st. Vegetables— Cobbler Potatoes—Donald Molle 1st, Pearl Enfield 2nd. Warba Potatoes —• Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck 2nd, Pontiac Potatoes — Donald Molle 1st, Mrs. George Grim Jr.- 2nd. Russet Potatoes — Pearl Enfield 2nd. White Flat Onions—Mrs. Francis Shirbroun 1st, Pearl Enfield 2nd. White Round Onions— Douglas Honold 1st, Mrs, Estus Cretslngei 2nd. Yellow Flat Onion—Mrs. Francis Shirbroun 1st, Pearl Enfield 2nd. Yellow Round Onion — Douglas Honold 1st, George Kult 2nd, Table Beets—Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Douglas Honold 2nd. Carrots—George Kult 1st, Douglas Honold 2nd. One quart Butter Beans—Tom Elliott 1st. Parsnips—Geo. Kult 1st, Pearl Enfield 2nd. Cucumber (slJcing)--Donald Molle 1st. Clarence Bowman 2nd. Cucumbers (pickling)—Mrs. WH- lard Simpson 1st, Clarence Bowman 2nd. Green Peppers—George Kult 1st, Douglas Honold 2nd. Squash—Ed Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck 2nd. Guatemalan Husk Tomato—Pearl Knoll 1st. Stock Beets — EJd Ahrendsen 1st, Gerald Beck 2nd. Early Cabbage — Douglas Honold 1st. Late Cabbage — Douglas Honold ISt. ••;••' Vegetable collection—Pearl Knoll 1st, Donald Molle 2nd. Apples— i ' v -. : •• Jonathan—Douglas Honojd 1st, Northwestern Greening — Douglas Honold 1st. • Yellow Delicious — * Pearl Enfield 1st, Douglas Honold 2nd. Ben Davis—Douglas Honold St. Wealthy — Doujrlas Hpjiold 1st, Clarence Bowman 2nd. ' Red Delicious—Mrs. Ed Stenstrom 1st, Douglas'Honold 2nd. Grimes Golden — Douglas Honold Whitney Crab —Douglas Honold 1st, Geprge Kult 2nd. Dolgo Crab—Douglas ^ Honold 1st. Harvest-—Mrs. Ed Sterifironv.lgt. Duchess—Mrs. Ed Stenstfpm J»t;, Other Fruits—- " r Rhubarb ~~ Clarence'Bowman 1st, Douglas Honold 2nd. Pears, -~ MM. E(l «te«slroni '1st;, Douglas Honold 2nd. . ' i /.• Small Plum—George Kult lit.' Apple collection—pouglas StTPearl —"-^"^ • Knol 1st, 1st, * <=« Fruit _, Home garden >and Molle'lyt. Extracted Honey-*-Mn. ,Bd Biker Flower Show (Mrs- George Orft;, Superintendent) (Mrs. Hafcel Bolger, Assistant) ! Zinnias, any variety oj giant, best three— Mrs. £4 B,aJttr, %r«, -Will ••• Anderson, Mrs, Will Knoll; Peppermint—Mrs. Herb Koenlg. Marigolds: tall variety — Mrs. Her.b Koenig; low growing — Mrs. Herb Koenig, Mrs. Julius Anderson, 1st; Mrs. Bert Pevestorf, 2nd. Carnation flowered " — Mrs, Will Knoll, 2nd. . Chrysanthemum flowered — Mrs. Julius .Andersoh, 2nd. Gladlola: large — Mr*. Julius Anderson,- Mrs. Herb Koenig; medium — Mrs. George Grim, Mrs. Julius Anderson; small— Mrs. Edna Pevestorf, Mrs. Art Hinners, Manning; 5 specimens, a.«isdrted ~ Mrs. Bert Pevestorf, Mrs. Pearl Enfield.Pansy: three specimens — Mrs. Will Knoll. ' Petunias: single — Mrs. Ed .Stenstrom, Mrs. Will Knoll; double— Mrs. Ed Baker, Mrs. Will Knoll. Roses: Hybrid red — Jean McNaught, Glidden; Glidden REA; hybrid pink-^-Glidden REA, Mrs. Art Hinners:' yellow — Glidden REA. Cockscomb: Feathered — Mrs. Ed Baker; crested — Mrs. Will Knoll. Rose Florlbunda — Grace McNaught, Glidden, Mrs; Ed Stenstrom; Coleus — Mi's. Clarence Bowman, M7-s. Will Knoll; Hemorocalis— Glidden REA, Jean McNaught. Any other worthy flower not on schedule- — Mrs., Julius Anderson, Grace McNaught. Collections: Three or more varieties of berries or shrubs in one container . — Mrs. Will Knoll: five or more varieties of annuals in one container — Mrsi George Stenstrom, Mrs. Ed Baker; three or more varieties of perennials in one cbntainer —Mrs. Will Knoll, Mrs. Julius Anderson. House Plants— Cacti — Mrs. Wayne Jones, Mrs. Herb Koenig. Halbur. •'African Violets: dark blue— Mrs. George Stenstrom; red— Mrs. George Stenstrom; pink-r-Mrs. George Stenstrom; white — -Mrs. Paul Hufferd, Mrs. Clarence Bowman; double- Mrs. i Clarence Bowman. Begonias — Mrs, Paul Hufferd, Mrs. Will. Knoll. Vines — Mrs/Herb Koenig. Succulents — Mrs. Gorge Stenstrom, Mrs. Ed Baker. Any flowering plant not listed — Mrs. Julius Anderson, Mrs. Will Knoll. Foliage — Mrs. Bert Pevestorf, Mrs. George Grim. Dried Plant Material— Mrs. .Will Knoll, Mrs. Clyde Logan. Flowers or Foliage 4n Antique Container— Mrs, Will Knoll, Mrs, Ed Baker/ Arrangements not over 7 inches high— Mrs. Will Knoll, Mrs. Bert Walters, Glidtleh. All Green Arrangement in Green Container — Mrs. Bert Pevestorf, Mrs. Art Hinners. AH White Arrangement with Suitable Foliage in White Container-Mrs. Bert Walters, Mrs. 'Art Hinners. ' . Small Arrangement — Mrs, Bert Pevestorf. Mrs. Will KnolJ. . Gladioli, Large Arrangement- Mrs. George Grim. Mr?. Ed Baker. Gladioli, Small Arrangement— Mrs. Bert Pevestorf, Mrs. Pearl Knoll. Petunias— Mrs. Will Knoll, Mrs. Julius -Anderson. • . .Flowers and Berried Branches- Mrs. Will Knoll, Mrs. Julius Anderson. ^ Arrangement Using Flowers with Fruit and or Vegetables— Mrs. Bert Pevestorf, Mrs. Bert Walters. Zinnias — Mrs. Will Knoll, Mrs. George Grim. Arrangement Using Kitchen Container— Mrs. Will Knoll, Mrs. George Grim. .Using Driftwood, Burl or Other Odd' Wood with Suitable Material-Mrs. Bert Walters, Mrs. Will Knoll. er— Mrs. Bert Walters, Mrs. Pearl Knoll. < • Spirit of Christmas Using Madonna — Mrs. Bert Walters, Mrg. George Grim. '• iwP 1 "}"*^ 00 ^,— Ml ' 8 Mrs. George Grim. ' ;Buffet Arrangement Waiters, Mrs, Clyde Mrs", 3ert Mr "- Table Settings— r, Mrs. n 7 unior Division— -~Mr». Leo ^ ents In Toor Plaything V1 , c , t( »' ToynV, — Van Toyne. BOCK BEER brewed jibput> nw A. D., k.' $eym§nyi hnfcfc beer its. pneuftflm, that town, {h« wimp, being iiQmjptwi into tin (a ''

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